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Old 4th October 2005, 10:51
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Originally Posted by dianer
we do have a "real" server....
Yes, but it's in a local network, not directly connected to the internet, that's what I wanted to say.

apparently, we are just incompetent fools, or that is what it appears is thought of us
Noone's thinking that. Everybody's welcome here!

we are sorry for any inconvenience or problems we have caused with our questions....
You didn't cause any inconvenience - a forum is for asking questions.

we were both under the assumption that this forum was to help people just like us.
In fact, it is.

You seem to be frustrated, but I don't know why? Maybe you misunderstood my last post? This wasn't meant personal in any way, I was simply saying that ISPConfig is aimed at servers with a direct connection to the internet; of course you can use it in a local network, but this causes a few more problems with routers, etc., as you've experienced.
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Old 16th October 2005, 18:49
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Flako is a huge help and so is Till. My linux experience stops with BASH and Shell Scripting. DNS & Bind I'm still a bit in the dark with, postfix and sendmail I'm getting by with. But don't get me started with with LAMP (mysql/perl/php) as well as what should be easier stuff looking CSS and XHTML.

That being said I have a funny feeling that the two names I have listed above have more responsibility then I. However, they still have time to visit howtoforge.com with responses that make me think. It's a good product and once I know what I'm doing will show it to others. I've gotten a good chunk of help and nobody was rude.....
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